Yesterday in the morning, Dr Miguna Miguna who has been out of the country for the last four years arrived in the country. His arrival was a coincidence with the Mashujaa day where the country had come together to remember the heroes who fought for this country.
Now, upon his arrival, Miguna Miguna had a message to the outgoing cabinet secretary for Internal security and coordination, Dr Fred Matiang'i together with his principal secretary, Dr Karanja Kibicho who happened to have been on the frontline during his deportation back in the year 2018.
As reported by the NTV News, Dr Miguna Miguna said that Karanja Kibicho and Matiang'i are yet to face the law. According to Miguna Miguna, the court has already issued their orders to be taken against Kibicho and Matiang'i. Miguna said that these orders were issued some times back but they were not implemented. However, Miguna said that he can't persue any legal way anymore saying that the current orders are enough.
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